• Tue. May 21st, 2024

Ghanaian lady Afua Asantewaa is set to break a Guinness record for the longest singing marathon

Ghanaian lady Afua Asantewaa is set to break a Guinness record for the longest singing marathonAfua Asantewaa

A Ghanaian lady, Afua Asantewaa is set to break a Guinness record for longest singing marathon this December. Currently held by Sunil Waghmare of India, which was set in Nagpur from March 3 to 7, 2012. Waghmare featured a diverse selection of popular Indian songs without repetition within four hours. The marathon concluded with a sing-along session with his supporters.

To surpass Waghmare’s record, Afua Asantewaa aims to sing continuously for over 117 hours. Adhering to the regulations, she must avoid repeating songs, and each rendition must be within a two-minute mark. To meet this criteria, she plans to perform over 3,200 Ghanaian songs during the marathon.

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Notable African musicians who have previously secured Guinness World Records include Fela Kuti, the Afrobeat founder, recognized for the most studio album recordings. Wizkid, a Nigerian music star, also holds a record for being the artist behind the first track to achieve one billion streams on Spotify with ‘One Dance’ on December 16, 2016. In a notable achievement earlier this year, Rema entered the Guinness World Records with his global hit ‘Calm Down,’ making history as the first No. 1 hit on The Official MENA Chart, the world’s inaugural regional chart.

1. Q: When is Afua Asantewaa planning to attempt the Guinness World Record for the longest singing marathon?

A: Afua Asantaa is set to attempt the Guinness world record for the longest singing marathon by an individual this December 2023

2. Q: What is the current record Afua Asantewaa is aiming to break?

A: Afua Asantewaa is aiming to break the current Guinness World Record for the longest singing marathon, which is currently held by Sunil Waghmare of India. Waghmare achieved this feat in Nagpur from March 3 to 7, 2012.

3. Q: How long does Afua Asantewaa plan to sing to break the record?

A: Afua Asantewaa aims to sing for more than 117 hours continuously to break the current record held by Sunil Waghmare.

4. Q: What type of songs will Afua Asantewaa be singing during the marathon?

A: Afua Asantewaa’s record attempt is focused on promoting Ghanaian music globally. She will be singing a variety of Ghanaian songs, spanning genres such as gospel, highlife, hiplife, and more.

5. Q: How many songs does Afua Asantewaa plan to sing during the marathon?

A: To meet the Guinness World Records criteria, Afua Asantewaa plans to perform over 3,200 Ghanaian songs without repeating any, and each rendition must fall within a two-minute mark.

6. Q: Are there any specific rules or regulations Afua Asantewaa must follow during the singing marathon?

A: Yes, Afua Asantewaa must adhere to the Guinness World Records regulations, which include not repeating songs and ensuring that each rendition falls within a two-minute mark.

7. Q: How can supporters follow or participate in Afua Asantewaa’s Guinness World Record attempt?

A: Details on how supporters can follow or participate in Afua Asantewaa’s Guinness World Record attempt will likely be shared on her social media channels and other official platforms. Stay tuned for updates.

8. Q: Has any other African artist attempted or achieved a Guinness World Record in the past?

A: Yes, other African artists, such as Fela Kuti and Wizkid, have secured Guinness World Records for various achievements in the music industry. Fela Kuti holds a record for the most studio album recordings, while Wizkid achieved the first track to achieve one billion streams on Spotify.

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